Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

DUI, Aug. 6 — Juan I. Torres, 42, of Unalaska, was arrested for driving under the influence after an officer observed him utilizing the entire roadway for his driving endeavors. Torres told the arresting officer that he had simply gone out to get more beer.

Suspicious activity, Aug. 6 — Caller reported a suspicious-looking van parked in a parking lot. An officer responded and found a man employed by UAF, working on equipment designed to track tectonic plate movements.

Assault, Aug. 9 — Captain of a vessel reported a recently terminated employee had made verbal threats against him and was refusing to leave the vessel. The captain requested officers remove the subject from his vessel. Officers contacted the individual who reeked of consumed alcoholic beverages, advised him of the captain's request and told him to vacate the premises. The subject left without incident.

Welfare check, Aug. 10 — Officers responded to a report of someone jumping off the South Channel Bridge. Officers did not locate the individual but were able to ascertain, by wet trail marks, that the subject had climbed out along the embankment.

Trespass, Aug. 11 — Per the UniSea Harbor View bar doorman, a 72-hour trespass advisement was issued to a subject who insisted on challenging others to fight in the bar.

Traffic crime, Aug. 11 — Caller reported a vehicle speeding through Westward Seafoods. The vehicle was determined to belong to a local business. The owner of the business was contacted and advised to adhere to all posted speed limits.

Drug law violation, Aug. 11 — Officers responded to a report from the U.S. Coast Guard concerning alleged illegal drug activity aboard a fishing vessel. Officers conducted an investigation on the vessel which revealed no illegal drug activity.

Trespass, Aug. 14 — Caller requested two individuals be trespassed from his fishing vessel. Action pending contact with said individuals.

Traffic crime, Aug. 16 — Officer observed two vehicles racing on Henry Swanson Drive with one of the vehicles almost colliding head-on with the officer. When contacted the individuals stated they wanted to give their toddler son the sense of racing in the wind. Subject was summonsed for multiple charges.

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